Mostly Dry Monday With Higher Heat

Reported by: Mark Stitz
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Updated: 6/23 12:15 am
Midnight Update: Hit and miss storms continue to move through central Kentucky at this time, but should come to an end within the next couple of hours. Areas that saw rain tonight along with parts of southern Kentucky could wake up to some dense fog still.

Temperatures have fallen into the low and mid 70s across the region, with Lexington at 76 degrees as of midnight.
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Forecast:
An isolated storm will be possible for one or two central Kentucky cities early tonight, but the rest of the region will stay dry. Skies will begin to clear after midnight as temperatures drop into the upper 60s by Monday morning. Patchy fog is possible for southern Kentucky.

We'll climb back into the low 90s Monday afternoon, but the high humidity will make it feel even even warmer. Most of us will see a mix of sunshine and clouds in the afternoon, but a few spotty storms are possible.

Tuesday will bring higher chances for showers and storms, holding back temperatures in the mid 80s.

The heat, humidity, and scattered storms will continue through the second half of the workweek.
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